Jason in the House

Jason in the House

There is always someone doing something stupid somewhere. Dive deeper than the headlines and the party lines, as Jason Chaffetz takes on American life, politics, and entertainment. Join the former Chair of the House Oversight Committee, FOX News Contributor and two-time New York Times Best Selling Author every Wednesday as he sheds light on the news and makes some predictions along the way. You never know who will drop in.

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July 28, 2021 54 min
On this episode, Jason discusses continued censorship of speech on the part of the Federal government. Then, he brings on the stupid with the Tokyo Olympics making athletes sleep in cardboard beds to prove they can be "sustainable."  Later, Jason is joined by Representative Thomas Massie (R-KY),  who discusses how he and his "high school sweetheart" from Kentucky ended up together at the artificial intelligence lab...
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On this episode, Jason discusses whether it is the correct role of the Federal government to go door-to-door encouraging the COVID-19 vaccine and the legitimacy of a multi-billion-dollar bill addressing the safety and security of the Capitol complex. Then, he tells a story from the halls of Congress about the 'prayer room' located between the House and Senate on Capitol Hill.  Later, Jason is joined by Country Music star, ...
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On this episode, Jason revisits Democratic criticism of a Georgia voting law that resulted in moving the MLB All-Star game from Atlanta to Denver. Then, he brings on the stupid with the Texas House Democrats who flew to Washington, D.C. in order to keep Republicans from passing new election laws. Later, Jason is joined by Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Secretary Pompeo discusses how attending West Point at 18-years-old cha...
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On this episode, Jason highlights IRS corruption and their recent denial of tax-exempt status to a Christian education nonprofit for having "Republican" ideals. Then, he brings on the stupid with Hunter Biden's art, now valued at $500,000.  Later, Jason is joined by Seth Dillon, the CEO of the satirical news site The Babylon Bee. Seth and Jason discuss conservative satire in the time of "cancel culture" and pol...
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On this episode, Jason calls out House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for using proxy voting as a means of maintaining control in the House of Representatives, and calls her leadership "a grip on power that is unbelievable." Then, he gives his reasoning for why Speaker Pelosi doesn't need to form a select committee to look into the events of January 6th.  Later, Jason is joined by Harris Faulkner, host of "The Faulkner Focus...
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On this episode, Jason raises concerns about the DOJ's quarterly report, and the federal government's failure to prosecute U.S. Attorneys and other officials. Then he brings on the stupid with Representative Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, who wants to reduce violent crime by stopping the building of prisons.   Later, Jason is joined by Congressman Andy Biggs (R-AZ). Congressman Biggs discusses how his upbringing, his experience...
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On this episode, Jason revisits massive spending on the part of the Biden Administration and emphasizes the government's growing deficit. Then he brings on the stupid with one Ohio man who decided to show his support for former President Trump in a particularly inappropriate way.  Later, Jason is joined by Brett Tolman, a former United States Attorney for the District of Utah, and Senate Judiciary Committee counsel for Orrin H...
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On this episode, Jason discusses asylum-seeking within the United States and revisits Vice President Kamala Harris' failure to visit the Southern border. Then he brings on the stupid with a Florida man who allegedly shoved a woman into a fold-out couch. Later, Jason is joined by Representative Brian Mast, (R-FL). Congressman Mast discusses how his upbringing in a tight-knit community in Michigan led him to serve his country in...
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On this episode, Jason revisits spending on the part of the Biden Administration. Then, he brings on the stupid with Vice President Kamala Harris' failure to visit the Southern border and scrutinizes the political motives of the media as the public revisits the origins of COVID-19.  Later, Jason is joined by Representative Michael Waltz, (R-FL). Congressman Waltz discusses how being raised by a single mother instilled in him t...
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On this episode, Jason exposes needless government spending as a result of President Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID-19 relief bill, including $600,000 on gazebos at Guantanamo Bay, money for handwashing in Syria, and funding for civil society grants in Russia. Then, he brings on the stupid with a particularly crazy bridezilla.   Later, Jason and is joined by Sandra Smith, co-anchor of America Reports on The Fox News Channel. Sand...
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This week, Jason discusses the proper role of government in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. He touches on the responsibility of individuals and businesses to respond to revised CDC mask guidelines, mixed messaging from the President, and continued actions from Democrats to grab power. He also phones former Congressman Trey Gowdy (R-SC), to recall the night they had dinner with the late Justice Antonin Scalia.  Later, Jason and ...
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This week, Jason discusses his concern for the direction President Biden and Vice President Harris are taking on the immigration front and brings on the stupid with a very unsatisfied Burger King customer. He also gives his daughter, Ellis Chaffetz, a call to talk about her experience as a Page in the United States Senate.  Later, Jason and Senator Mike Lee (R-UT)  venture down memory lane to describe Senator Lee's upbringing ...
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This week, Jason discusses 'the promise of Joe Biden' as a unifier and a bipartisan President. He unpacks why he believes President Biden has sewn division and failed to bring Washington, D.C. together with his spending-heavy policies. Then, Jason brings on the stupid with ignorant comments about clean water, and an edit made to an op-ed from Stacey Abrams. Later, Jason speaks with Dr. Nicole Saphier, the Director of Breas...
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This week, Jason discusses the Biden-Harris administration's use of "Czars" in the White House. Then he brings on the stupid with Nancy Pelosi's metal detectors in the House of Representatives and makes predictions about President Biden's address to Congress.? Later, Jason speaks with?Representative Lee Zeldin (R-NY).?Rep. Zeldin discusses how his upbringing made him a conservative, how he got interested in the...
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This week, Jason breaks down the divisive, power-grabbing nature of House Democrats' H.R.1, or the "For the People Act of 2021." Then he brings on the stupid with one Waukegan, Illinois middle school and makes predictions about a rocking Fourth of July, the English Premier League, and the Las Vegas Raiders.  Later, Jason speaks to Representative Burgess Owens (R-UT). He discusses what it was like to grow up in segregat...
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This week, Jason explains why he views President Biden's proposed infrastructure package as another Green New Deal, and the problem with relentless spending and tax hikes in Washington, D.C. Then he brings on the stupid with a tweet from Senator Kristin Gillibrand and tells a story with the help of his former Chief of Staff, Fred Ferguson.  Later, Jason speaks to Matt Schlapp, the Chairman of the American Conservative Union an...
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This week, Jason weighs in on the corporate response to a Republican-led Georgia voting law, 60 Minutes' selective editing of Florida Governor Ron Desantis, and the ongoing crisis at the U.S.-Mexico Border. Then he brings on the stupid and tells a story about former FBI Director James Comey. Later, Jason speaks to Representative Madison Cawthorn (R-NC) about being raised with strong Republican principles, the importance of per...
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This week, Jason weighs in on Democratic congressional spending on the part of the American Rescue Plan, a piece of legislation he calls "the Coronavirus Relief Heist." He also shares a personal story regarding Speaker Nancy Pelosi.  Later, Jason speaks to Representative Lauren Boebert (R-CO) about how growing up in her mother's Democratic household made her a staunch Republican, her road to Capitol Hill, and her vehem...
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There is always someone doing something stupid somewhere. Dive deeper than the headlines and the party lines, as Jason Chaffetz takes on American life, politics, and entertainment. Join the former Chair of the House Oversight Committee, FOX News Contributor and two-time New York Times Best Selling Author every Wednesday as he sheds light on the news and makes some predictions along the way. You never know who will drop in.  First...
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